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so where does this leave brexit deal negotiations witi that 72 days left so where does this leave brexit deal negotiations witi that that ays left so where does this leave brexit deal negotiations witi that that is 5 left been very, very clear that that is the sticking point. without that there is a good chance of getting a deal through the house and that is what the prime minister says he wa nts to what the prime minister says he wants to do. and he's also made the point that the backstop runs the risk of upsetting that very delicate balance between the communities of different traditions of northern ireland. and therefore, as he describes it, it is unviable, not good morning, welcome to breakfast really for the house of commons and with naga munchetty and dan walker. our headlines today: "the most selfless person undemocratic. if it is removed, we you will ever meet" — the widow of police officer have a chance of getting a deal andrew harper pays moving tribute through the house. is there a to her husband, as a man genuine chance of renegotiation is charged with his murder. despite what is being said? well, we the prime minister tells the eu that the irish border backstop plan must be scrapped. really hope so. the european union negotiators have traditionally said no before they've gotten on to say the cost of a no—deal brexit on the country's farms. yes. although, we're making it very, leaving the eu without an agreement very clear, we want a deal. but, if could mean £850 million a year in lost profits. i'll be speaking to farmers thatis very clear, we want a deal. but, if that is not possible, if the eu are about the challenges and opportunities created by brexit. unable to or unwilling to make a sir eltonjohn steps in to defend concession like this, then we're going to lead on the 31st of the duke and duchess of sussex's use 0ctober. has got to be what happens. of private jets for holidays.
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in sport, a missed chance for manchester united. paul pogba has his penalty saved, that is what we will have to do.” as united are held to a 1—1 draw by wolves in the premier league. million to one, the chances of leaving the eu without a deal, do good morning, through scotland and you think that those chances boris northern ireland today the day of sunshine and a few showers. for johnson said i still accurate?” england and wales, a dry start then we have some showers coming into the west later. i'll have your full have worked in negotiations on my details in 15 minutes. life, it's really good when you know what the sticking point is. if that it's tuesday, august 20. backstop can be removed, if we can our top story. a man will appear in court this morning charged with the murder get that flexibility from the eu, i of pc andrew harper, who was killed while investigating a burglary last week. the police officer died think there is a good chance of on thursday in berkshire, getting a deal through the house. all these people saying we need to after being dragged along the road by a vehicle. do anything to protect a no—deal last night, mr harper's widow paid brexit, those labour mps, lib dem tribute to her husband mps, let's see if they are true to in an open letter. our reporterjames ingham their word on that. the prime is at the scene in the village of sulhamstead for us this morning. minister has made it clear, what is unsurprisingly a very emotional absolutely not for negotiation now tribute paid? is whether or not we live, we're
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yes, pcharper‘s wife, lissie has going to leave. it's going to be on 0ctober going to leave. it's going to be on october 31. that's what we all voted for, that is what the house of commons has voted for, and that is written an incredibly emotional what we are going to do. can i ask tribute to a man she described as you about the leaked yellowhammer her best trend. —— friend. she says: document. it was you in a real quandary. you are playing down what is in the document, things about price rises, shortages of fresh food, weights for medicine, fuel shortages, public disorder, weights are dogs, weights at airports, if there is no deal —— waiting at the now we got touches of the police officer's personality into what he was like as a man. he liked silly dock. but if you are planning, you jokes, long rides on the bike, and have to look at the worst case walks. they said he always lived life with a smile on his face. and scenario. so what is the truth? those are worst—case scenarios. she also said: she signed off" our normally we don't comment on the documents. i know that document intimately. it is based on worst—case scenarios which the government takes action to avoid and mitigate, that is why... that's my superman, our bodyguard, our light in the dark. my god, we will miss
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you. those quote it is very point. it's an important document, emotional, we understand, james. you. those quote it is very emotional, we understand, james. and a man has been charged with his but now you say that's not what we're talking about and it's an old document. it's an internal document murder? yes, detectives have is an four days questioning ten people who to stimulate actions and behaviour in government. it is not a we re four days questioning ten people who were arrested after pc harper died. today the cps, crown prosecution prediction, it's not a future service, were given permission to estimate of a reality, it is a series of worst—case scenarios to be chargejed mitigated and avoided. that's what service, were given permission to charge jed foster with service, were given permission to the government is doing, that's what chargejed foster with murder. he my colleague michael gove is doing, will appear before magistrates' court in reading, where he is from. secretaries of states and their team are doing. we are trying to avoid well, you can see behind me police those things, it's not a prediction. are still at the scene, detectives i think that is where the confusion are still at the scene, detectives are still at the scene, detectives are still working here as this carpet of flowers continues to grow in the reporting is. but it is a with people paying their respects. valid document. it is a series of james, thank you very much. james worst—case scenarios to stimulate ingham. action in government and that action borisjohnson has written to senior eu officials with proposals is being taken. we ramped up our new for a new brexit deal, including the scrapping of the irish deal preparations to make sure that backstop, which aims to avoid a hard border. we avoid those worst—case scenarios, if the plan was removed, the prime minister claimed a brexit thatis we avoid those worst—case scenarios, that is why it is by definition and
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deal would be passed by parliament. out of date document. so if you have the eu had previously insisted it wrapped up those adjustments, what would not renegotiate. let's talk now to our political will happen then? what is your current prediction and why, with that in mind? these are not correspondent, iain watson. it sounds like the prime minister, predictions. jeremy corbyn is saying good morning to you, by the way. the why can't you publish the current prime minister still thinks there is document to give us an idea of the wiggle room? i'm not sure if he base from which you are working? does. to be perfectly honest, the letter is asking the eu to withdraw you will because it's an internal government document for the from something which is that it will government. it is not a series of not withdraw, which is the northern ireland backstop. typically what predictions. the fact we're this conversation shows the people that means, these are arrangements misunderstand the nature of the to avoid a hard border on island if document. it is an internal an alternative trade deal with the eu cannot be negotiated. well, boris document. it is an internal johnson believes this will keep document. that is why it is an out britain as a whole far too closely of date document. it is not a linked to you rules and regulations with no attempt by the uk, nor ability by the uk to get out of prediction. do you think we are those arrangements unilaterally. so he is effectively saying to the eu, heading for a general election this if you want a deal, this has to go. autumn? we are delivering brexit,
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so is this desperately new? time and that's what people voted for. £3.2 again theresa may that this as well, and she managed to get some agreement in parliament previously to get her own deal through, on the million for young people's mental basis that the backstop was removed and the eu would not do it. i think health. the point i'm making is, crucially, an hour—long phone call thatis with the rsp minister last may health. the point i'm making is, that is what we are focused on. between boris johnson with the rsp minister last may between borisjohnson and the irish people are talking about trying to by minister, there was simply no movement on the irish side at all. trigger a general election. we are they said the withdrawal agreement, focused on delivering what we are including the backstop, cannot be renegotiated —— irish prime promising, the extra money for education and health. that's what we minister. so either one of two are focused on. things, either the eu blanks, here's carol with a look minister. so either one of two things, eitherthe eu blanks, or minister. so either one of two things, either the eu blanks, or if there is no deal, you could say at this morning's weather. lovely blue skies there. good simply the eu was inflexible. thank you very much. we will speak to you morning. you are quite right. some later on that one. we will be speaking to james fatherly at ten of us getting off to a sunny start minutes past seven —— clavelly. it this morning but for some of us, there is rain in the forecast. it will turn showery throughout the day is now five minutes past six. and we're looking at the mixture once again of sunny and showers.
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rain across southern scotland and a no—deal brexit will cost northern england. later, another one the farming industry £850 million a year in lost profits, coming in from the west which will bring rain across northern ireland. according to new research seen this well—defined you can see quite by the bbc. the business consultants andersons, nicely in the charts is going to be which advises more than 2,000 farms across the country, says moving east through the course of without a significant increase in government support the day. a lot of dry weather ahead it's inevitable some will struggle to survive. of it. on the other side, a lot of the government says it will provide more money if needed, dry weather around. the rain will though it describes that as unlikely. jim reed reports. come across northern ireland later on, turning showery in nature. 0ur colin ferguson runs his own herd of first front. a lot of dry dairy cows in south—west scotland. conditions. temperatures getting up in 2016, he voted to leave the eu, a to about 21 degrees. through this decision he doesn't regret. the evening and overnight, across the problem is we have done nothing, north—east of scotland, moving honestly. it's been really tiring to across northern england. watch. it's a decent sized town around here. but living without the agreement in place could have an temperatures falling between eight and 13 degrees. you can see the next impact on the dairy industry here. the trade in cheese and butter, for band of rain waiting in the wings. example, will move straight to wto as it comes in, it will bring rain,
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01’ example, will move straight to wto or world trade organisation rules. particularly in the north of the if we drop into wto rules, our north—west. it is going to be pretty borders are open to cheaper imports, windy. high—pressure building in the food can come from anywhere around the world. it doesn't necessarily south keeps things fairly settled. a need to meet animal welfare standards we conform to, so lot of sunshine around. will notice therefore our market gets undermined by chip rogers. the business the cloud build ahead of it. apple consultancy andersons has more than produce a few showers. it's going to 2000 farming clients. its be windy in the north and calculations suggest total industry north—west. gusts of wind up to profits could fall by £850 million about 50, 55 miles per hour with under a no—deal brexit. that would high to exposure. temperatures in be an 18% under a no—deal brexit. that would be an18% drop under a no—deal brexit. that would be an 18% drop in the first year after we leave. if you get a hit in the sunshine, 22 degrees but not feeling but to lovely warm if you're stuck under the banda brain. as we terms of profitability of 18%, that has huge implications of the move from wednesday to thursday, the viability of such farms. the weather front continues to move south and east. it tends to weaken. government says over time it will replace eu farm subsidies with a low pressure very much features fairer system. if we leave with no across the north—west. it's going to deal, it's as it will provide more bring in more rain and showers. 0ut support if needed, they were discards that is unlikely. jim reed, bbc news. a man has been shot dead at a petrol of it, dry weather. as the weather station in the village
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of waringstown in county down. front sinks out, it won't be much the incident is not believed to be linked to recent dissident republican activity. politicians from all sides have more than a band of cloud. you might see the odd spot of rain. condemned the killing. more than £28 million temperatures 14 and the north two of overpayments on student loans highs of 23 in the south. by the in england are being held by the government, time we get to friday, low pressure according to researchers. still producing rain across parts of it's the result of cases scotla nd in which repayments continued to be still producing rain across parts of scotland in the north of northern ireland. with high pressure exerting taken even though loans have been completely paid off. its influence, the cloud will break the student loans company says it has tried to contact anyone who has and there will be some lengthy sunny been overcharged to arrange a refund. firefighters say they've seen spells. it's pushed a little bit an increase in the number of people filming emergency incidents, rather than phoning 999. further north. bank holiday weekend the london fire brigade has launched a campaign, on the way. it is 20 minutes past after noticing a drop in the number of reports they received, despite lots of footage regularly appearing online. those behind the project say any delay in calling the emergency services can have devastating consequences. seven. later, we'll be speaking to the fire service about this, the energy regulator 0fgem says it's and hearing from one launched an investigation of the survivors of the westminster terror attack, that's into the major power cuts earlier this month after the national grid gave them an interim report ataround 8:10am. on what it think happened. steph's here with us. i remember talking to a spokesperson sir eltonjohn has defended the duke
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and duchess of sussex from national grid. for using a private jet to fly to his home in france. the ninth of august, for anyone who the couple's been facing criticism in some newspapers after reports can't remember, this is the day we they took four plane journeys in 11 days. leigh milner has more. saw power cuts across the country. we saw train cows as well. the round network ground to a halt. and of course, there was the hospital and three months after giving birth to its —— ipswich which had a blackout as well. loads of people behind the archie, it's time for a family scenes trying to work out what went holiday for the duke and duchess of sussex. but the trip to eltonjohn's wrong. we know there were two home has riven to be pretty costly for their reputation at least. —— lightning strikes in very quick proven to be pretty costly. the succession which caused two power stations to lose their power. what couple through there in a private we've her this morning is this was jet, a controversial choice for prince harry, who often talks of the an extremely rare and unexpected importance of climate change issues. event. the sizeable sudden drop of looking at our environment is a power was too big for them to cope lifelong commitment. we are all part ofa lifelong commitment. we are all part of a global family and we share the with. then the caused a drop in the understanding and universal privilege of being able to inhabit this earth. it's been reported frequency. theirjob is to keep they've taken four private jet everything stable, at 50 hertz. that journeys in 11 days. but sir elton
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dropped below 50 hertz. it triggers john, who, as we all know, was very a safety system. that will try and close to harry's mother, princess diana, has defended the power. in a message posted on social media he boost supply in order to get the says "i am deeply distressed by frequency up again. their suppliers today's distorted and malicious account in the present surrounding won't enough to get it back up to 50 hertz. another safety system which the duke and duchess of sussex's private stay at my home in nice last cuts power to certain areas. so it's week. prince harry's mother, was one of my highest friends. to provide a looking at the lack of preparedness, high level of much needed 0fgem, for the doomsday scenario.- protection, we provided them with a private flight." so eltonjohn has wonder why the supplier to get the frequency backup did not work. that also said that he paid for the flight also said that he paid for the flight to be carbon offset, being is why 0fgem are going to be looking into what we can do to make sure extra money to find i —— this doesn't happen again. and it environmental projects. docking ham has the power to impart a fine?“ palace has declined to comment. —— they find anyone responsible, there buckingham. thousands of people have been could be possible fines. you are evacuated from their homes on gran canaria in the canary
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islands, as massive wildfires continue to spread. watching breakfast from the bbc. authorities have called the incident "an unprecedented environmental tragedy". it was meant to raise high temperatures and strong winds awareness of violent crime, are hampering efforts to put out the fire, which is currently but the decision to put anti—knife being tackled by firefighters slogans on takeaway food boxes has proved controversial. and members of the military. the home office says the adverts are part of a wider campaign to steer young people away from violence. now if you're in a bit of a sticky others say it's "too simplistic", "crude" and "offensive".0ne situation today and you want to get of those to speak out out is the youtuber elijah quashie, of it in one piece, take known to millions online a lesson from this duck. as the chicken connoisseur. 0k... for his reviews of fast—food shops. seemingly cornered by a labrador he's been talking to retriever, this clever little guy decides to lay low and wait for his canine captor to get bored. when the coast is finally clear, sean farrington, whojoins us now. the duck can make a speedy exit. the duck is off! very clever. lets watch that in slow motion. that duck i'm a food critic and i mainly review fried chicken shops. there is is not in a mood for a game look at no particular diplomacy about how i describe the food. if it's good, that! the labrador did not do a good job of retrieving. i wonder where we it's good, if it's not, i make people know they are not. ijust never saw any reviews on chicken shops so i thought someone should be got that video from? social media? doing it. i decided i will do it. you think there is more depth to 0ver
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doing it. i decided i will do it. over the course of 22 videos or so, this? has it come from the bbc i kind of amassed around 50 million brea kfast tea m ? views in total. when you saw last this? has it come from the bbc breakfast team? no, social media. duck news. it's coming up to 6:12am. week, hashtag knife free chicken boxes with stories to be launched, what was your reaction? you should be doing more than that, really. it's a ellis. it caters to the this news has been quite silly. stereotype, because they're already there is the narrative that black people are stabbing people. you get thank you. , thanks, everyone. you black people. what do they eat? chicken. so black people, chicken. knife free on a chicken box. it gets could say manchester united was unlucky last night. there was a bit the black people to stop using knives. it's a bit too basic in the ofa unlucky last night. there was a bit of a chat about who should take the head and maybe we can do something to stop it in its infancy instead of penalty, who makes decisions on and off the pitch. should be the managers all the players? let's talk kind of, it's not really treating it in managers all the players? let's talk the symptoms either because it's itina managers all the players? let's talk it in a minute. paul pogba had a penalty saved as manchester united were held just like a chicken box. they going to a 1—1 draw at wolves in the premier league. united went ahead through anthony martial before ruben neves
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equalised after the break. to go and get whatever wings or wolves keeper rui patricio then chips or burger or drink or maybe an apple pie or whatever food they get. superbly saved pogba's spot—kick. they going to go and get their food, they are going to eat it and enjoy it. no—one is going there, possibly, ifi if i keep talking slowly, i think we if the story is gripping and on the might see it. maybe next time box, they wouldn't be put off their anyway. bolton wanderers have postponed food. they're not going to enjoy tonight's league one match against doncaster, amid welfare what they to enjoy. if it's not, concerns for younger players. which i assume is a chicken box, now under administration, bolton fielded just three senior outfield players at tranmere on saturday. then are trying to have horror stories on chicken boxes. someone the youngsters are playing a lot of games. andy murray's who apart from the chicken shop is prepared to use a knife to do something, chicken boxes are not lost his latest singles match. swaying anybody. is your reaction to actually laugh about it a little more than feel like there is an he was beaten by the american tennys sandgren at the winston—salem 0pen underlying serious issue, that they in the united states. it's just his second singles match are trying? the home office, the chicken shops are trying to do since major hip surgery injanuary. something? i hear that. on the
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i can't believe he was beaten in chicken shop perspective, you want tennis by tennys. it sounds like a as much coverage and marketing as possible. read chicken shop to be name from game of thrones. ireland's women kept their hopes alive of reaching the eurohockey recognised by government body like the home for them, they are in the semi—finals by thumping belarus 11—1. victory over germany tomorrow will confirm a place in the last four. newspapers now. maybe they won't england will qualify if they beat before or maybe they were before but belarus on wednesday. the more marketing, the merrier. it all makes a massive difference in with the government is coming to you and saying, i wanted your campaign with you and your particular chicken shop, they are on board, 100%. can the test, scoring in the 140 region. you see why molly ‘s and dixie's and chicken cottage might need to do this, because they need to do something? even if they are not been it's good so much care is being taken over it's good so much care is being ta ken over steve smith paid, just switch the box. you don't it's good so much care is being taken over steve smith ‘s concussion. it's quite serious. need to do anything different. as we've seen it in rugby and the much as they say they are a pillar actual amount of care that is going in the community, they are a pillar but they don't really have a voice on, it is needed. you have to look in the community. no—one is after your head. we will be talking listening to mollies, they go there to eat. respects —— switch at the about this all morning. the process boxes, you know not doing anything different. someone gave you some is going through at the moment. lots more to talk about with regards to boxes and you are marketing these boxes and you are marketing these that and plenty of weather coming boxes instead. and as much as they our way as well.
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here's carol with a look think they are really doing at this morning's weather. something, like they are on it, nothing is really happening. it's i had shorts on yesterday in interesting because he's got scotland. millions of dollars. i suppose the issue that is raised by that discussion, the response of 0nly because i thought it was turning quite chilly and rainy but i businesses to social issues. a lot was quite surprised that i could be wearing shorts in scotland of businesses are trying to tackle. yesterday. it was nice. but some of us, it's going to get warmer so keep your shorts handy. by the end of the a lot of people by hoping they will week, temperatures will be on the have some positive impact. of one up, especially across england and person decides not to carry a knife. wales. cold fronts moving across the north of scotland. this morning, they need to then get into the this lovely weather watch picture communities if they want to have that view, not just communities if they want to have that view, notjust have a few boxes, switching boxes as he puts sent from eastbourne. you can see it. it's a tricky one. a lot of the the sun is rising and for many of us today, we are off to a fine start but there are showers in the responses, the home office, the forecast. also some rain as well. advertising campaigns, they show the rain is courtesy of this diggers show knife crimes rising. waterfront. we got rain across south—west scotland. we have another
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whether it's the right one. someone one coming in from the west which is going to bring in some showers later on. there is a first waterfront. who spends most of his life in moving eastwards through the morning. across the rest of england chicken shops and is reviewing the chicken shops and is reviewing the chicken there. if he thinks it's not stop a lot of dry weather as well. going to cut through, maybe there is an issue for those who are running this campaign. it's the home office. as the second front comes in, it will bring in showers across they are just this campaign. it's the home office. they arejust doing this campaign. it's the home office. they are just doing what they've northern ireland. 0n the whole, most been asked to do. making themselves of us, it's going to be dry and we pa rt been asked to do. making themselves part of the community. when these will see sunny spells. temperatures from 12 in lerwick to 21 in london. as we head onto the evening and names doing it? he was a bit cynical overnight, ourfirst as we head onto the evening and overnight, our first front continues to push through north—east scotland. the second one coming in from the about the reasoning behind that. but west. it continues to move towards the east as well. a lot of dry morley‘s started a trial of this campaign, south london chicken shop weather around. 0vernight lows, campaign, south london chicken shop campaign and they feel like it's been successful which is by the home 0ffice decided to increase it more 8-13. weather around. 0vernight lows, 8—13. tomorrow, high—pressure building in the south. a squeeze in nationally. how do you measure that isobars but also tells you it's
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going to be windy. especially so. a success ? nationally. how do you measure that success? he's never seen boxes in his review. he is saying, one week gust of wind up about 50 miles per hour. here comes the rain. the cloud after the campaign is still going, will build. wanted to showers but people still talk about how do you go about resolving the knife crime the further east, the dryer and and had do businesses get involved? barter it remains. with the there is the campaign in action. an high—pressure building. during the course of wednesday to thursday, the interesting perspective to get. time now to get the news, weather front continues to move travel and weather where south and east. it tends to weaken. you are. still breezy across the north—west. shari rx still breezy across the north—west. shari r x of rain. not much more good morning from bbc london, i'm alice salfield. than a band of cloud. rain coming in a service of rememberance is being held to mark 30 years since the marchioness disaster which claimed the lives of 51 across western scotland and northern people. the pleasure boat sank ireland. look at the temperatures. after colliding with a dredger —— showery outbreaks. 14 and 19 on the thames. degrees further north. and friday,
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we still do have a weather front survivors, friends and relatives of the victims will gather across the north—west. still at southwark cathedral today. producing some of this rain. the jonathan phang, was 23 at the time and had organised the event to celebrate a friend's birthday. cloud breaking up to allow sunny before i knew it, i was in spells to develop through the course of the afternoon. temperatures by the water, basically, with something trapping me on my chest. i don't know what that was. then another friend of mine called then, 26 in london. up to 20 in matt floated by on a piece of driftwood and he hauled me aberdeen. keep those shorts to hand. onto it as well and was very encouraging to say, i was laughing because steph went, "we're going to be fine, just come with me, we'll be ok." look at the temperatures! good some employees working at the coffee chain costa in essex numbers. keep your shorts to hand. have had money deducted from their payslips. the bbc spoke to 13 workers who say we should all do that. shorts at the they were told it was for training, orfor being late — ready. which they described as unfair. let's take a look at today's papers. costa coffee and the firm that operates the franchise said several papers look at a letter from borisjohnson to the eu, they are taking the allegations very seriously, and urged employees where he sets out his demands to speak to their managers for a new brexit deal. the times reports that the prime if they had concerns. minister said the "anti—democratic" backstop must be scrapped. a pensioner from ascot has become a social media hit, after his granddaughter posted a video of him online. 20—year—old ayla winter—white
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needed extra support it also leads with a new study that shows having children really does after having hip surgery. and 82—year—old keith make you happier, but only was there to lend a helping hand. he was even seen painting her nails. once they've left home. ayla's original twitter post has been viewed by more than 11 million people. the guardian reports that the eu is unconvinced by mrjohnson's claims that the backstop could be replaced. the pictures is of the devastating let's take a look at wildfires that have destroyed land the travel situation now. in gran canaria and forced 9,000 currently on the tubes there are minor delays on the overground between gospel 0ak and barking because of a faulty train at barking. if we look at the camera in brixton, there's one lane closed residents to evacuate their homes. on the a23 southbound for gas works at cold harbour lane. and in neasden: dudden hill lane is closed southbound for gas main work from dollis hill lane — works are due to finish by the end the daily express leads of the week. now the weather with lucy martin. on an interview with a chief constable who has pledged to arm all his officers with a taser. nick adderley, of northamptonshire police, has taken the step in response to rising violence on the uk's streets. hello, good morning. sir eltonjohn has defended the duke a fairly settled day and duchess of sussex on the cards today. we've got a brief ridge of high after they were branded hypocrites pressure and that's going to bring for taking four trips by private jet injust 11 days, the metro reports. a good deal of dry weather and plenty of sunshine as well. the singer said he paid to carbon offset their flights so we start this morning on a cooler to and from his home in france, note than yesterday. a few spots just having slipped according to the paper. into the high single figures. this is caught my eye. children make there'll be some lengthy spells
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of sunshine as we move through the day, perhaps a little bit more in a way of cloud bubbling up through the afternoon. lighter winds than yesterday you happier but you've got a while. but similar temperatures, a maximum of around 21 degrees 0nce you happier but you've got a while. celsius, it will feel pleasant once they leave home. in the sunshine. you happier but you've got a while. once they leave homelj you happier but you've got a while. once they leave home. i think this is made up. general researchers analysed 55,000 respondents aged 50 so going through this evening then, or above. those were children tended further long spells of sunshine before the sun sets and overnight it to be more content. in the once they will stay mostly dry with some areas of cloud but also plenty of clear spells. leave home. 0ffering with lights winds, we could see one or two patches of mist. 0vernight lows, around 9—11 degrees celsius. to be more content. in the once they leave home. offering more security and comfort because they are out of tomorrow brings further spells of sunshine, the small chance the way. maybe they've already made of the odd isolated shower but for most people it your degree happier stop what level will stay dry. cloudy skies as we move of happiness you start on. we are into thursday, the odd spot of drizzle but you can see those temperatures picking up as we move all different and all have a towards the bank holiday weekend. different opinion about it. there is i'm back with the latest from the bbc london newsroom an interesting thing going on in the in half an hour. plenty more on our website business world with breweries at the at the usual address. now though it's back to naga and dan. moment. green keg, which are as bye for now. hello, this is breakfast around 7000 pubs. —— greene king.
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hong kong's richest family looks with naga munchetty and dan walker. like it's paid {2.7 billion for this, £1 million it's now 7:32am. like it's paid £2.7 billion for this, £1 million each pub or hotel. here's a summary of this morning's main stories from bbc news. a lot of speculation about why they a man will appear in court later charged with the murder of pc wa nt a lot of speculation about why they want to buy it, not least because the pound is so weak at the moment. andrew harper, who was killed while investigating a burglary last week. they feel like they've got a bit of a bargain in terms of the exchange the police officer died on thursday in berkshire, rates. that picture there is of after being dragged along the road by a vehicle. course, do you rememberwhen 20—year—old jed foster will appear rates. that picture there is of course, do you remember when the at reading magistrates' president of china came over here court this morning. nine other men have and was seen drinking a pint of been released on bail. greene king with david cameron when two lightning strikes at the same he was the prime minister back in 25th been and that helped to boost time lead to1 two lightning strikes at the same time lead to 1 million two lightning strikes at the same time lead to1 million people two lightning strikes at the same time lead to 1 million people losing power earlier this month according the sales of greene king ipa. also toa power earlier this month according to a report. the national grid said got a lot of chinese tourists coming the power losses were the result of an extremely rare and unexpected over to the pub. coach trips around event. energy regulator of germ has the country from people. also, the no longstay —— the energy regulator has launched a formal investigation. school has and fake nails because borisjohnson has written to senior eu officials with proposals school has and fake nails because school pupils are having blooms for a new brexit deal, picking up their pens. —— problems. including the scrapping of the irish backstop — which aims
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to avoid a hard border. the prime minister said the backstop plan must be scrapped because it is "unviable" it's hard to do anything. money off and "anti—democratic". the eu had previously insisted it the table. you are there for ages trying to pick things up. i remember would not renegotiate. when it was being banned from with the prime minister is asking the eu to do is look at reality, the wearing make—ups and i remember nicking one of my mums make—ups. wearing make—ups and i remember nicking one of my mums make-ups. did you put it on in the loo? it didn't withdrawal agreement, because of the backstop has been rejected by the house of commons three times. and happen in my school. it wasn't it's been — it's been very, very clear that that is the sticking allowed. the times today, this is point. but without doubt, there is a good chance of getting the deal from everton were leading the way in through the housing that is what the prime ministers that he wanted to settling in new players after do. —— through the house and. everyone's moved settling in new players after eve ryone's moved about settling in new players after everyone's moved about over the summerandjoined everyone's moved about over the summer and joined new clubs. they meanwhile, jeremy corbyn has called have a player liaison. charlotte on the government to publish the latest assessments on the impact of a no—deal brexit. renshaw, when you arrive at everton. he says the move is necessary if ministers are to be believed when they say that leaked documents basically it sought to life out. you which emerged at the weekend are out—of—date. wa nt the papers suggested delays at ports basically it sought to life out. you want to chauffeur. you need a could lead to shortages of food and medicine. a lot of you have been getting into dentist, she will make the appointment and basically make sure contact with us on this story this that your life moving to a new morning. country or club, a new part of the sir eltonjohn has defended the duke and duchess of sussex
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for using a private jet to fly uk, is as easy as it can possibly to his home in france. the couple's been facing criticism be. english lessons if you don't in some newspapers after reports they took four plane speak the language. do they do journeys in 11 days. the singer has described the coverage as "distorted" and says anything for themselves? possibly, he paid extra money to compensate for the trips carbon emissions. yes. the whole idea is you want them a no—deal brexit will cost to perform on the pitch. and they the farming industry 850—million make them a little... you'd hope pounds a year in lost profits, according to new research seen by the bbc. they are doing that. you say that the business consultants andersons, but... you would hope. charlotte which advises more than 2,000 farms across the country, says renshaw is sitting up their bank without a significant increase in government support accounts. i'm glad we cleared all it's inevitable some this up. i'm feeling that as well. will struggle to survive. the government says it will provide more money if needed, though it describes that as unlikely. a man has been shot dead at a petrol we will ease you into the morning. station in the village of waringstown in county down. we will ease you into the morninglj will be fine after a cup of tea. 0ff the incident is not believed to be linked to recent you go. dissident republican activity. high temperatures and strong winds politicians from all sides have are hampering efforts to tackle condemned the killing. massive wildfires on gran canaria — one of the canary islands. members of the military have joined hundreds of firefighters attempting a new railcard will go on sale this morning offering half—price fares to put out the fire, with thousands of residents evacuated. for 16 and 17—year—olds let's speak now to alex bramwell, in england and wales.
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a british expat living in the island's capital, las palmas. the card is aimed at teenagers who travel to school or college by train, and the rail companies say it could save them an average of £186 a year. firefighters say they've seen an increase in the number of people i'm assuming you are safe and sound filming emergency incidents, and yourfamily is as i'm assuming you are safe and sound rather than phoning 999. and your family is as well? yes, i'm the london fire brigade has launched a campaign after noticing a drop in the number living where most people on the of reports they received, despite lots of footage island live, down on the coast, so regularly appearing online. we are a long way from the fire. those behind the project say any perfectly safe. what have you seen? delay in calling the emergency what can you tell us? this services can have devastating consequences. particular fire started two days ago that is something we will be with a huge column of smoke and it discussing a little bit later on. started on a weekend when it was particularly hot. 40 degrees, winds gusting up to 80 kilometres an hour person in the westminster attacks was knocked over by a car, they were and itjust got out of control. it later talking about how they were was unviable, basically. it's been being filmed. the instinct now is, going for 48 hours. yesterday well, for a lot of people, because afternoon, or the day before, it was they are so used to visiting
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incidents, they film first. if i burning for three days. 0vernight, think you are witnessing something, we seem to have had some news. we the first instinct would be to call went to bed worried that the fire was going to keep advancing but it 999. if you see someone using their does seem from the last information phone, you assume they are doing we have that it slowed down that? but you should verbalise it. overnight. we had a lot of hope. we will know when dawn comes. we are say, make sure someone calls 909. having a little bit of dropout with your sound but we will persevere for the moment because we are keen to an we've got some news on the have your view on how local firefighters are coping in the military has also been involved. football? are you still love just making a little dance out of blanket it's the biggest fire team ever and hide under the blankets does assembled in the canary islands and there are well over 1000 people on make a little tent. i love it when there are well over 1000 people on the ground and we have, i believe, the kids playing football do that for hydro planes, 14 or 15 of the and run. anyway, paul pablo, he helicopters. a huge team of people didn't miss his second half tenancy,
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coming from all over the canary islands in mainland spain to fight this fire. so far, they have done an absolutely incredible job in terrible conditions. i know you said —— pogba. a sensational straight from the portuguese midfielder you are someway away from where the rueben even the scores. after that, fires are but you will all be mindful of being careful in keeping pogba had the chance to restore the lead but his penalty was saved. watch. i think about 9000 people look, there we go. he's now missed four penalties in the last year that have been evacuated from the highland areas directly affected by led to questions of why hadn't the fire and everone else has been marcus taken the kick? the team has asked to say —— stay well clear of the zone. there is being a huge that they don't have a designated penalty taker. island effort to get stuff up to the area where people have been marcus was confident enough to go displaced. that's the best thing for up, paul was confident to go up and that is just a decision they have made out there, same as they did last week everybody. i'm glad you are safe, and last week, it went well. today it didn't, so that all.
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please stay so. great guests coming one other bit of news from manchester united, and inter milan expect to find out within the next 36 hours up please stay so. great guests coming up later. simon am still is here if they have a chance of signing alexis sanchez. it's thought they want a loan deal with the option to buy, talking about a new show he has on but the big sticking point is the chilean's wages. netflix. -- las palmas. i remember now arsenal had one of the more surprising transfer windows — splashing the cash to break their transfer record on nicolas pepe, and bringing him, he's grown up as i've grown up. in some other names to get the fans excited. well one of their directors a new drama, a new drama on sky one, says this spending spree is just the start. josh kronke is the son of their notoriously quiet owner stan kronke, and says a new aggressive approach to transfers has paid off. michelle keegan is going to be i thought we had a good chance if we coming in to talk about her new acted aggressively in those moments. show, brassic. also, we will be and, fortunately, we were able to talking about brexit. executed and i think that is time now to get the news, hopefully just a sign executed and i think that is hopefullyjust a sign of encouragement for arsenal fans, when you are out in the marketplace, you travel and weather where you are. never know what we're thinking and you might be surprised by some the names that come up. we're gonna be good morning from bbc london, aggressive and were going to be
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i'm alice salfield. a service of rememberance thinking both short—term and is being held to mark 30 years long—term in everything that we are doing. since the marchioness disaster andy murray's lost his which claimed the lives of 51 people. the pleasure boat sank latest singles match. after colliding with a dredger he was beaten by the on the thames. brilliantly—named tennys sandgren survivors, friends and relatives at the winston—salem 0pen in the united states. it's just his second singles match since major hip surgery injanuary. of the victims will gather remember, he won't play singles at the us open. at southwark cathedral today. he made the decision a while ago. jonathan phang, was 23 at the time and had organised the event steve smith continues to be assessed for concussion ahead of the third to celebrate a friend's birthday. ashes test at headingley before i knew it, i was in the on thursday. he was hit on the neck by a bouncer during the second test at lord's water, basically, would something on saturday, and then missed trapping on my chest. i don't know the final day's play. what that was. then another friend cricket australia say he'll have of mine called matt floated by on a to be fully free of the symptoms piece of driftwood and he hauled me of concussion for 24 hours before onto it as well and was very he can even start training again. encouraging to say, we're going to be fine, just come with me, we be it's led to calls for stem guards on helmets to be compulsory — they were brought in after the death 0k. and of the australian batsman be fine, just come with me, we be ok. and we will be hearing more from phillip hughes in 2014. survivors and families of those who died ina survivors and families of those who died in a special programme at let's bring in peter brukner. 6:30pm. some employees working at coffee
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chain costa in essex he was the former doctor of the australian team. it's good to talk have had money deducted from their payslips. to you. thank you very much indeed the bbc spoke to 13 workers who say they had money for your time today. we mentioned deducted due to training, phillip hughes there, very sadly orfor being late — which they described as unfair. costa coffee and the partner firm that operates the franchise business said they are taking australia are best placed to talk the allegations very seriously, and urged employees to speak to their line managers if they had about helmets and stem guards and concerns. the mayor has annouced £1.4 how it should work stop it million will be allocated to community groups to help tackle knife crime in the capital. australia, did the team handle what happened to steve smith correctly on the weekend? i think they did. around 40 projects which specialise in early intervention will benefit from the cash, including schemes 0bviously to lower the number of people the weekend? i think they did. obviously it was a sickening moment being excluded from schools. for everyone, especially those who had memories of the phillip hughes incident, and yes, he was hit in a let's take a look at the travel situation now. very similar area to philip, currently on the tubes it's looking like a good service fortu nately very similar area to philip, fortunately he didn't have the across the board and there doesn't consequences philip did. there are seem to be any problems no standard protocols now —— there on the trains either. if we look at the camera, in brixton, there's one lane closed on the a23 southbound for gas works at cold harbour lane. are now, in all the sports including and in neasden, dudden hill lane by is closed southbound for gas main are now, in all the sports including rugby and cricket involving how we work from dollis hill lane — works are due to finish by the end handle head injuries. the doctor of the week. came out, was concerned enough to
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now the weather with lucy martin. remove a reluctant stephen smith from the ground, there was no play, eve ryo ne from the ground, there was no play, everyone came off. then they go to a standard protocol which consists of hello, good morning. a fairly settled day on the cards today. a standard assessment of concussion we've got a brief ridge of high pressure and it's going to ring a and some computerised testing as good deal of dry weather and plenty well. stephen passed those tests in of sunshine as well. so we start this morning on a cooler note than the afternoon and therefore the yesterday. a few spots having slipped into the high single decision was made to allow him back to play. now, on — occasionally, figures. summerlin the spells of sunshine as we move through the day, perhaps a little bit more in a way symptoms of concussion are delayed of cloud bubbling up through the afternoon. lighter winds yesterday and he had woken up the following morning with some symptoms, today, and similar temperatures, a maximum feeling groggy and so on. the of around 21 celsius, it will feel decision was made then that he was pleasa nt of around 21 celsius, it will feel pleasant in the sunshine. through to withdraw from the team. for the this evening, long spells of sunshine before the sun sets and overnight it will stay mostly dry first time ever, a concussion substitute, which has only been with some areas of cloud but also plenty of clear spells stoppered allowed this month by the acc, for the first time ever, a concussion lights winds, we could see one or two patches of mist. 0vernight lows, sub was instituted —— icc stop he 9-11. two patches of mist. 0vernight lows, 9—11. tomorrow brings further spells of sunshine, the chance the odd wasn't wearing the net guard, the isolated shower before most people it stay dry. cloudy skies as we move head guard. should they be mandatory
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into thursday, the odd spot of drizzle but you can see those temperatures picking up as we move towards the bank holiday weekend. at this point for players?” head guard. should they be mandatory i'm back with the latest at this point for players? i believe they should. australia is about to make the mandatory, we've made that from the bbc london newsroom in half an hour. decision. we have spent the years now though it's back to naga and dan. since the phillip hughes incident bye for now. testing of materials and were happy that we have the right materials and hello this is breakfast design. they've gone to the helmet with naga munchetty and dan walker. manufacturers and we said we need to it's 6:31am. we'll bring you all the latest news incorporate these guards within the standard design of your helmet and and sport in a moment, one studies done, in the next few months older helmets in australia but also on breakfast this morning: if you saw an emergency unfolding in front of you, will have a guard included and would you get your phone out standard. i think that really should to call 999, orjust start filming what's happening? happen around the world. it always amazes me that plays don't wear the guard, even some of the players like we'll hear from the firefighters stephen who were there when phillip urging us to "think before we film". remember the lincolnshire model railway exhibition hughes was hit. you think they would which was trashed by vandals? be the most motivated to do it, but the club were inundated cricketers are great features of with donations to help them rebuild, including £10,000 habit. they are superstitious and they don't like change. stephen from sir rod stewart. admits he feels it's restrictive. i we'll check on the progress.
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think if he persisted with it he would be fine. some of them, you and after spending time writing know, use ridiculous excuses like i and directing his own sitcom usedit and a film, the comedian know, use ridiculous excuses like i used it once and i made a duck so i simon amstell will be here to tell can't use it. i think it's time to us about his return to stand—up. get serious. these neck injuries are very get serious. these neck injuries are very rare, get serious. these neck injuries are very rare, there's only been a handful of cases reported in history, but if we can use it and even history, but if we can use it and eve n save he is very funny indeed. history, but if we can use it and even save one life with a fairly good morning, here's a summary simple, cheap remedy, then we should of today's main stories from bbc go ahead and do it. i think the news. a man is going to appear in court sooner they make this a part of the this morning over the death of pc standard helmets, the better. can i clarify on what you said? are you andrew harper. he died on thursday saying cricket australia are going after being dragged along the to make the guard mandatory? that is roadway vehicle. last night, mr right. yes, within the next two harper's widow play tribute to him months. we've informed the helmet manufacturers that is going to happen and given them lead time to get the helmets ready. then it will in an open letter. our reporter is there at the scene. understandably be mandatory for all cricket helmets an emotional tribute from lissie, pc produced and sold in australia to have a net guard. it is neither here harper's wife. the open letter is in the studio with sally. as someone who occasionally watches cricket and sees just how dangerous it can be,
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incredibly moving, incredibly is there ever going to be any poignant. restriction in how aggressive the boulder can be in terms of intended yes, pc harper's wife, lissie has written an incredibly emotional tribute to a man damage? —— naga here in the studio she described as her best friend. she says: with sally. that is a difficult question. the restriction now as they are only allowed to bowl a limited number of bouncers in and now we got over. but the balance of not wishing to change the nature of the sport, i touches of the police officer's personality from her think, you know, most boards inherently have some danger associated with them. i think that into what he was like as a man. is part of the attraction, i guess he liked sillyjokes, long bike rides, and walks. they said he always lived life of them. and it requires courage to face up to those deliveries. so with a smile on his face. and lissie also said: without basically changing the basic nature of the game. she signed—off, "0ur i think that is probably the best superman, our bodyguard, our light in the dark. my god, we will miss you." compromise.
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and a man has been 0ne one in terms of all the people watching us, how long has steve smith got in order to prove his charged with his murder? fitness? what is the window? it's tuesday morning for us here. next test starts on thursday. we will yes, thames valley police have spent four days questioning ten people who were arrested after pc harper died. today the cps, crown prosecution service, were given permission to charge know tomorrow. he will be a chance jed foster with murder. he will appear before magistrates' court in reading, to play. if not, he needs to be where he is from. the nine under this does make nine others, under eight —— nine others com pletely to play. if not, he needs to be completely free of symptoms. none of the headache and grogginess we under the age of 18 are on bail. talked about. we need to describe well, you can see behind me police all of the effective tests. the are still at the scene, detectives are still working here as this carpet of flowers continues to grow with people paying their respects. computerised neuropsychological tests need to be normal. they need james, thank you very much. to be given 24 hours symptoms three. he would really have had to be symptom free yesterday. today he can
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start doing some exercise. it's a borisjohnson has written to senior eu officials with proposals for a new brexit very fine timeline. lovely to talk deal, including the scrapping of the irish backstop — which aims to avoid a hard border. the prime minister said the backstop plan must be to you this morning. those net scrapped because it is "unviable" and "anti—democratic". the eu had previously insisted it would not renegotiate. meanwhile, jeremy corbyn has called on the government to publish the latest assessments on the impact guards are going to be brought in in a few months' time. the thing i of a no—deal brexit. he says the move is necessary if ministers are to be believed when they say that leaked documents which emerged at the weekend are out of date. should also say, even if he had been wearing the neck guard, where the the papers suggested delays at ports ball hit him, it wouldn't have been protected anyway. there is only so could lead to shortages of food and medicine. sir eltonjohn has defended the duke and duchess of sussex much they can do. it seems wise to for using a private jet to fly to his home in france. the couple's been facing criticism in some newspapers after reports they took four plane do as much as you can, especially journeys in 11 days. after phil hughes. he was the team the singer has described the coverage as distorted and says doctor when phillip hughes died. he paid extra money to compensate when he watched what happened to for the trips carbon emissions. a man has been shot dead at a petrol steve smith, his heartjust sank because it reminded him of the station in the village of waringstown in county down. moment. whether steve smith plays or the incident is not believed to be linked to recent not, we will probably find out dissident republican activity. politicians from all sides have tomorrow. will the weather be any
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better than it was at lords? i'm not condemned the killing. sure how carol is going to do with that. it is going to be better. you a new railcard will go on sale this morning offering half—price fares for 16 and 17—year—olds in england and wales. are both right. it will be drier as the card is aimed at teenagers who travel to school we had towards the end of this week. or college by train, and the rail companies say it you can see the sunshine already, could save them an average of £186 a year. and we have rain to start the day. donald trump has tweeted again about the possibility of buying greenland... it is one of sunshine and showers. the president has this is the weather front here and photo—shopped a picture of a glitzy hotel towering over a small town in the territory. it comes after he confirmed through the day, it is going to move to reporters on sunday that the idea eastwards and another one comes in of buying the danish behind it. high pressure starting to territory had been discussed within his administration because of the strategic benefits to the us. the danish prime minister has establish itself across the south of the country which is why things are settling down. in western scotland, dismissed the idea as "absurd". southern scotland and northern england. a lot of dry weather ahead i'm sure you know he is pushing of it. as the weather front comes in people's buttons with that one. he
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is the president of the united across northern ireland, across west wales in south—west england. states. goodness sakes! it's absurd. temperatures 12 and the north, 21 in the south. through this evening and there are quite a few diamonds deep overnight, there goes the first in greenland. ok. good morning, sal. front. western scotland, northern england, bringing showers. it's diamonds? good knowledge. good bumping into high—pressure. knowledge. i read it in a newspaper. temperatures between about seven and 12. we still have this high—pressure there oh, so is it true? with us tomorrow in the south. low pressure bringing fronts in from the molyneux hasn't been a happy hunting ground west. it will introduce rain and for manchester united strengthening wins. again, a lot of in recent seasons. dry weather to start with. yes, wa nted dry weather to start with. yes, wanted to showers that they will be the exception rather than the rule. they lost there twice last season, and although they didn't lose to wolves last night, here comes the rain across northern ireland and western scotland. ahead they left feeling deflated. of that, the cloud will build. don't as craig templeton reports. forget, it's going to be windy.
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especially so in the north and west. molineux has not been a happy exposure gusting to about 50, 55 hunting ground for manchester united miles per hour. temperatures slowly as of late, they were beaten in both creeping up. 17 in aberdeen. 0n visits to wolves last year. marcus wednesday into thursday, this rashford found his opportunity, the weather front bumps into the high—pressure in the south and it does we can but low pressure in the results were greater. it wasn't until the second half that the north still producing some rain and pretty breezy as well. as it wolves provided some bites. he would approaches, you can see it get replaced with rain and more rain soon be beaten again, and in some coming in across northern ireland style. ruben has a reputation for and western scotland generally. but long—range shooting and here is why. further south, we got a lot of dry weather, a bit of cloud from the va are looked at a possible offside wea k weather, a bit of cloud from the weak weather front and highs up to 23. 18 in newcastle. then for in the buildup, but an incredible gold was allowed to stand. that friday, ran across parts of northern sparked united back into life. he ireland and scotland. brighter skies, the temperature continuing to picked himself up to take it, now rise and we're looking at no—one has missed more in the last temperatures up to 26 friday in the two seasons. and so again with ebbs south—east, 20 in aberdeen. the bank and flows, but united's molineux holiday weekend, and it's not a bank woes continue.
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holiday in scotland on monday, we so that missed penalty means are looking at some pretty high that pogba's missed four in the last 12 months, and it's led to many temperatures. across the north of asking why marcus rashford didn't scotland, we do have some months take it given his excellent recent record. the pair had a brief conversation crossing. for you, it about who'd take the penalty on the field, and boss scotland, we do have some months crossing. foryou, it could scotland, we do have some months 0le gunner solskjaer says they don't crossing. for you, it could be a bit fresher. carol, you've been heckled have a dedicated penalty taker. listen to this. who's confident in the studio and it wasn't me for once. can you believe it? every time enough? who wants the ball, he wants you said more rain, i'm hearing on the penalty? you can't force anyone the other side of the studio, groaning. i have to convince steph's to ta ke just that the weather is going to the penalty? you can't force anyone to take it and today was an get better and you did deliver. we important decision. it was a good save by the keeper. it's have members of the farming u nfortu nate, save by the keeper. it's unfortunate, but it's football. community and all this week we are focusing on farming. a few groans and moans over there. that is the most interactive weather broadcast. as one of the most famous football alistair mcintosh. you are the most clu bs as one of the most famous football clubs in the world, don't you think you should step in and say rushford vocal they are. not happy with the should take it? he had the ball initially last night, then he passed forecast. i was thinking,
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it off to pogba and they misted. vocal they are. not happy with the forecast. iwas thinking, my workload at home. nicer weather would be nice. on a more serious those three points they missed were crucial. it's bonkers at that point note, the reason we've got to hear to let such an important moment in is we are focusing on farming. the game go to the players. particularly what leaving the european union might mean. tells a bit about your business. we farm to let such an important moment in the game go to the playersm to let such an important moment in the game go to the players. it was a good save. exactly. so it's not like they did it badly. but pogba has not beef, sheep and some arable. leaving they did it badly. but pogba has not the best record. and having that the eu which is our biggest customer at present, 300 odd million silly argument on the pitch was customers. it's a massive step embarrassing. it was. one other bit of news from manchester united, and inter milan expect to find out price. the challenge going forward, within the next 36 hours if they have a chance of signing alexis sanchez. bolton wanderers have postponed their league one match the prime minister talks about against doncaster tonight, because of welfare concerns over younger players. making new deals, new trade deals. the club are in administration and haven't been able to afford to keep my making new deals, new trade deals. my concern is, we have sacrificed in on their senior players. it's meant that they've had to rely on their youth squads those trade deals, the standards we to fulfill their fixture commitments, with just three senior produced. it's the most traceable, outfield players on the pitch high animal welfare and
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against tranmere on saturday. sustainability, environmentally sustainable. i am sustainability, environmentally sustainable. iam immensely sustainability, environmentally sustainable. i am immensely proud of that. our standards are second to australia's steve smith was hit in the neck by a ball none. i believe genuinely that the on saturday, but resumed his innings later after initial checks for concussion. he's to be assessed again ahead consumer deserves to have those of the third test against england standards in place. i don't want to which begins on thursday. australia batsman philip hughes died after being hit in the neck by a ball in in a match in november 2014. see those imports, or even product watching steve smith, the great australian batsmen get hit in the from south america in the way he did, it wasn't a need to the ra i nfo rest, from south america in the rainforest, so for me, it's similar fashion way he did, it wasn't a need to the immensely important that we have a similarfashion to the way he did, it wasn't a need to the similar fashion to the way phillip hughes got hit. you do wonder package, have access to market and perhaps that those guys had been are able to continue our businesses. brought out and perhaps following the accident the guards should be compulsory, probably at all levels. the concerns around standards and trade deals is massive. in the us, billie simpson of cliftonville ladies has joined lionel messi and zlatan ibrahimovic in being nominated for as we mentioned, they have chlorine the world goal of the year puskas award. that is for the best goal in the treated beef and chicken. they were
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docking tales of cattle which is something we don't do over here. world. have a look. so wejust they can produce things more cheaply because they are producing to lower standards. it would undercut out that is for the best goal in the world. have a look. so we just watch farmers and undermined standards.“ it? boom, bang! that is in the there not a consumer choice element? northern ireland premiership last that's the thing. a lot of the time, year. people say they want to maintain high standards and by british but the ten nominated goals will be when faced with the choice of the whittled down to three. the eventual winner will be supermarket shelf, a lot of people named at next month's struggle. they do look at price. fifa football awards in milan. james, again, livestock farmer. are that was good. i think she meant that. the celebrations were kind of you concerned about the standards as muted. just shocked. quite a wallop. well? it's really important that any a good old wallop. trade deals, those standards are adhered to. we have some of the good morning to you. highest standards in the world and "distorted" and "malicious" — our consumers are highest standards in the world and our consumers are saying they demand that's how sir eltonjohn that. it's absolutely proper that we describes recent newspaper articles about the duke and duchess continue to produce to those of sussex.
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they've faced criticism standards, high welfare, high after it was claimed they took four private jet assurance. and all the things we can journeys in 11 days, including to sir do in terms of mitigation, climate elton's home in nice. so what impact could this change, challenges including the have on royal couple? weather. that we have to face on a historian and professor kate williams joins us day—to—day basis. what do you think from our london newsroom. do you think they are being unfairly there is to benefit from leaving the targeted on this? or does it come european union. there are some down to the issue of opportunity, constraints from being in the european union. outside of the euro, they can't campaign for climate change and talk to others about taking steps and then take four with a stronger currency. there was flights in 11 days themselves? well, a lot of importation of goods. we i think there have been plenty of have a strong home marketer as well. other royals campaigning by climate change and talking about climate we have 65 million people right on change, obviously we all need to our doorstep that are demanding good think about climate change and then quality high assurance, high taking private jets or helicopters for short trips as opposed to traceability food. we can produce driving or taking the train like the that he was well. we can start to rest of us. but usually what happens is the royals do have a huge carbon have good relations and deals. me, it's optimal. i don't want to walk footprint and very often it is paid for by the taxpayer. that is the away from your, i want to have a information we tend to get because good working relationship. different the foreign office pays for —— views depending on your business but
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provides information and pays for the how does it feel across the farming community? there is a theirair provides information and pays for their air travel. when we have harry concern about uncertainty. firstly and megan, not paid by the taxpayer, around policy, we are moving away from the common agricultural policy. played by eltonjohn, that's when there is an outcry. does the general we don't know what payments are trend, when the other royals do it, there is trade around the it's fine, but when harry and megan do it, there's a huge outcry and relationship. around access to labour as well. certain sectors like that's weight seems to be a problem horticulture, dairy and poultry, —— maghan. that's weight seems to be a problem -- maghan. weighs it contentious for they are dependent on migrant them to do these things, but not for workers. so much to be discussed. others? for those supportive of them, there is as much anger on that died as for those who point the for more coverage on the bbc‘s focus finger? all the royals need to address their carbon footprint. i on farming, go to the website. think the queen at 93, she can take the private jets but the rest of them need to think carefully about whether they need private jets to paris or helicopters between london alistair, you did complement our bales of hay. i know the rest is a bit naff looking. what makes a good and scotland. simply, it's very difficult to be sustainable. 0bviously difficult to be sustainable. obviously the argument is they need the security, but it's expensive and hay bale? you can smell it and you
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we are in a that is literally on can tell it's been made in good fire, its heating. certainly there isa fire, its heating. certainly there weather. which we won't get in is a real problem, from the beginning with harry and meghan before. back to the weather, we can't please you. just blame carol, dialogue has been critical of meghan thatis can't please you. just blame carol, and for all the things the royals that is the answer to everything. it smells good. if you were to turn up do, it might be wearing a strapless dress or nail varnish or closing your car door. really, everything at the sort of emergency incident, that she does gets criticised in a way that doesn't get criticised for what will be your first instinct? to the other royals. i think it's very call 999 or to film what you're problematic and indeed there is watching? or compromise and shout anti—american is, there is sexism, but i think some of it and the out, has anyone called 999? we're resentment towards her and the words used such as outsider, different, it going to bejoined by somebody out, has anyone called 999? we're going to be joined by somebody from london fire brigade who saying that doesn't belong, it does come down to more of us are building rather than racism. you talked about elton john, phoning. and also one of the i'm sure when he released that survivors of the westminster bridge statement he thought very long and ha rd statement he thought very long and hard about the words he used. he did reference princess diana. you see attacks. find out what's happening where you are this morning. see you any parallels? historically, in the way that the press dealt with diana and the way they are dealing with
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soon. meghan? yes, i do. obviously elton's tweets, he thought this was a private visit and he was paying for it, so he would be concerned. and he a service of remembrance is being held to mark 30 years since the marchioness disaster felt he had to speak out and there which claimed the lives of 51 was a huge amount of coverage on people. survivors, friends and relatives of the victims social media, a lot of support to will gather at southwark cathedral today — near to where the pleasure god. i think everyone who marries into the royal family has a terrible boat sank after colliding with a dredger. since the disaster, a number time, prince philip was called a of changes have been bought in on the thames, to nazi when he was fighting on the make the river safer. allied side. diana was hounded and chased and i think we forget often since the marchioness incident in 1989, we introduced something called thames res was heavily criticised before — which is a gps tracking system fitted to all the larger about doing the wrong thing and boats on the thames and what that allows us to do is very similar to our traffic control, it allows our centre at woolwich going above her station. really, she to monitor all of the traffic took a huge amount of criticism as on the river. well as her parents, as well as about her weight. it really concerns me— about her weight. it really concerns me — are we trying to chase down royal women? is society as a whole and we'll be hearing from survivors and families of those trying to chase them down, trying to who died in a special programme attack them and undermine them? some at 6:30 this evening. some employees working of the coverage about meghan eating too many avocados and that is
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at the coffee chain "costa" in essex causing avocado drought, in a country where many people eat avocados? i saw an article about the marriage saying she can't do it have had money deducted from their payslips. the bbc because the queen is the head of the spoke to 13 workers who say church of england —— head of the they were told it was for training, church of england —— head of the orfor being late — which they described as unfair. costa coffee and the firm that church of england and meghan is operates the franchise business said they are taking the allegations very divorced. so, she is criticised and seriously, and urged employees to speak to their managers attacked and i think it's very if they had concerns. concerning. it's very concerning in a pensioner from ascot has terms of our attitudes towards women become a social media hit, of colour, also very concerning after his granddaughter posted towards our attitudes to those who a video of him online. marries the royal family and how we 20—year—old ayla winter—white needed extra support after having hip surgery. treat these women in particular. and 82—year—old keith was there to lend a helping hand. he was even seen painting her nails. ayla's original twitter post has been viewed by more than 11 million people. professor kate williams, really interesting to talk to you and we'd love to know what you think about that story. some strong words from the professor. does it matter if you ta ke the professor. does it matter if you let's take a look at take flights? would you like to see the travel situation now. currently on the tubes them on a ryanairflight? there are minor delays on the overground between gospel 0ak and barking because of a faulty train at barking.
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take flights? would you like to see them on a ryanair flight? bringing down the world of avocados, there is the thing. how much of it is now the weather with lucy martin. hello, good morning. a fairly settled day on the cards today. inspired by potentially the fact we've got a brief ridge of high that she is a woman, the fact that pressure and that's going to bring she is american and the fact that a good deal of dry weather and plenty of sunshine as well. she is american and the fact that she is american and the fact that she is black? how much of it comes from that? a fair amount, i'd so we start this morning on a cooler note than yesterday. imagine. your thoughts are always a few spots just having slipped into the high single figures. welcome. it's shorts weather. carol there'll be some lengthy spells of sunshine as we move has said it is so. good morning. in through the day, perhaps a little bit more in a way of cloud bubbling up through the afternoon. a few days' time, for some of us, it lighter winds than yesterday but similar temperatures, a maximum of around 21 degrees is. but some of us waking up to some celsius, it will feel pleasant in the sunshine. so going through this evening then, blue skies. today, the forecast is long spells of sunshine before the sun sets and overnight it more or less sunshine and showers. will stay mostly dry with some areas currently we do have some rain in of cloud but also the forecast. producing rain across plenty of clear spells. with lights winds, we could see one or two patches of mist. overnight lows, 9—11 degrees celsius. southern and northern england. tomorrow brings further spells of sunshine, the small chance of the odd isolated shower but for most people it producing rain later in northern will stay dry. ireland. you can see this whole cloudy skies as we move into thursday, the odd spot of drizzle but you can see those front, it's going to be moving temperatures picking up as we move towards the east through the course towards the bank holiday weekend. of the day. for england and wales,
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largely dry start. showers through the day coming in from the west so i'm back with the latest the day coming in from the west so the other end of the front producing from the bbc london newsroom in half an hour. showers. showery outbreaks of rain plenty more on our website at the usual address. into northern ireland. a lot of dry now though it's back to naga and dan. bye for now. weather around today. many of us are seeing sunny spells with highs up to about 21 degrees. to this evening good morning. and overnight, he was the first welcome to breakfast weather front moving across with naga munchetty north—east scotland. showery rain and dan walker. 0ur headlines today: steadily from the west to east and "the most selfless person the third one is waiting in the you will ever meet" — the widow of police officer wings. a chilly night in the east. andrew harper pays a moving tribute to her husband, but most of us staying in double as a man is charged with his murder. figures, particularly further west a lightning strike is blamed for contributing to a chain that you do travel. wednesday, high of events that left one million people without electricity earlier this month. pressure starts to build on the south of the country but we got this sir eltonjohn steps in to defend weather front coming south of the country but we got this the duke and duchess of sussex's use of private weatherfront coming in. many south of the country but we got this weather front coming in. many of us seeing dry weather and sunshine, a jets for holidays. few showers. whether front comes in, leaving the eu without a deal bringing all this rain with it and could mean £850 million a year in lost profits. it's good to be windy, particularly i'll be speaking to farmers about the challenges in western and northern areas. and opportunities created by brexit.
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especially across western parts of in sport, a missed chance scotland. 50, 55 miles per hour. as for manchester united. paul pogba has his penalty saved, as united are held to a 1—1 draw you move from wednesday to thursday, the weather front bumps into this high—pressure and it weakens on the south, clears off into the north by wolves in the premier league. sea. still a squeeze on isobars to the west of scotland. here we are some rain across northern england looking at some wet weather, some and southern scotland at the moment, windy weather but for the bulk of moving is through the day. then a the uk, dry once again with variable day of sunny spells and showers for amounts of cloud in the odd shower. you can see this big lump of rain many others. —— moving east through coming across northern ireland in the day. western scotland. temperature—wise, it's tuesday the 20th august. ranging from 14 in the north to our top story: highs of 23 in the south. as we head a man will appear in court this morning charged with the murder of pc andrew harper, who was killed whilst investigating on into friday, temperatures in the a burglary last week. the police officer died on thursday south could hit 26. we see that in berkshire, after being dragged along the road by a vehicle. warmth spread a little bit further last night, mr harper's widow paid tribute to her north. thank you, carol. steph is husband in an open letter. 0ur reporterjames ingham very much like in the look of those is at the scene in the village of sulhamstead for us this morning. numbers on the temperature side of things. a good day for making high —— making hay. and james, emotional
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things. a good day for making high -- making hay. step and i were down on the farm. we are doing it all tributes from mrs harper. this week. it looks less like a yes, lissie has written an open letter to her husband, and incredibly moving, emotional tribute nativity scene, we have lost some of toa man incredibly moving, emotional tribute to a man she described as her best the animals. we are talking all this friend, who she has been with for 13 week about farming. yea rs friend, who she has been with for 13 years and married to for a painfully there are mixed views on whether brexit will be a good short four weeks. she described him or bad thing for farmers. there are lots of different issues to consider, not least the fact as the kindest, loveliest most selfless person you will ever meet that there are lots of farms that rely on seasonal and said, i want to be angry that workers from overseas. kathryn stanczyszyn went to meet yourjob took you away a strawberry grower in herefordshire and said, i want to be angry that to find out what the your job took you away from and said, i want to be angry that yourjob took you away from us, but i know you loved it and always wa nted impact there could be. i know you loved it and always wanted to keep everyone safe, especially me. she gave an insight into what andrew was like as a man, she said he loved sillyjokes, sunday roasts, bike rides and long we actually have 35 hectares of walks. he was, she said, full of strawberries, beautiful british ones. strawberries are peter's 's life, always smiling. lissie went on to say, my heart is broken without nurse. at his farm in herefordshire, it's the height of picking season and at this time of year, up to 450 you, my sweetheart, you haven't printed so much love and laughter
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tons a week are harvested. that onto our lives and we are honoured. she signs off, i was superman, our means a large workforce. we have bodyguard, our light in the dark. my 1500 guest workers who are coming, predominantly from romania, god, we will miss you. bulgaria, poland. 0ur and we now know police have charged predominantly from romania, bulgaria, poland. our staff predominantly from romania, bulgaria, poland. 0urstaff add immeasurably to the value of the business and its success. without a man with his murder. them, we wouldn't have a business. detectors from thames valley police knowledge, their spirit, energy and had spent several days questioning their work rate just ten men and boys, and they charge knowledge, their spirit, energy and their work ratejust adds knowledge, their spirit, energy and their work rate just adds immensely to what we're doing. the national farmers' union says there was a 10% 20—year—old jed foster from ten men and boys, and they charge 20—year—old jed fosterfrom reading macro with the murder of pc harper. shortfall of seasonal workers picking things like strawberries on he will appear at the town's british farms in the first half of magistrates' court later today. —— this year. they say growers are concerned that that shortfall will they charged 20—year—old jed foster only escalate post brexit. your from reading. some others have been staff tend to want to come back released on bail until september 13. normally? the really exciting bit is there is a growing carpet of we've created a sense of community now business and know the staff want to come back to the uk next year in flowers, messages of support and condolences. police officers are the year after and they want to keeping a collagen in place, they continue coming back but we don't know at this point is whether we are have been here overnight and they able to bring them back and if we had said those messages mean an can bring them back, on what terms awful lot to them. —— police officers have been keeping a cordon and conditions we can bring them
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back. to try and mitigate any in pace. shortfall, the government has come the company in charge up shortfall, the government has come up with a seasonal agricultural of the country's power network has given an update on what went wrong workers scheme. it allowed 2500 earlier this month when blackouts affected more than a million people. non—eu migrants into the country steph's got the details for us. this year but there are calls for good morning. friday 9th of august the to be up to 30,000 next year stop for peter, though, it's not the was quite a day, there was a power biggest issue. why do i want to go outage affecting a million homes outside europe when we got talented which had their power cut, there was people inside europe who can come and doa some rail network chaos because people inside europe who can come and do a greatjob for us? u nfortu nately and do a greatjob for us? unfortunately in the modern world in there were trains, people stuck on britain people don't want to work in trains, unable to move. 0n horticulture. we welcome them and we there were trains, people stuck on trains, unable to move. on top of that, ipswich hospital had a are more than happy to them to come blackout. there were problems at and work in our business but actually they don't apply for jobs and when they do come and join, they airports, newcastle airport had an outage. we now know this was don't stay too long so for all those initially caused by a lightning reasons, a british workforce isn't strike which triggered a series of necessarily the solution. what are events. when the lightning struck, the consequences post brexit for this kind of dismiss if you can't get the amount of guest workers you that caused two different power stations to lose power. because they had in? it simply is that we can't prosper. we won't be able to bring lost power and they were supplying the crop in, we won't be able to do the grid, it meant the grid had what the crop in, we won't be able to do the husbandry that will give us good quality product. that we can then they were saying was an extremely
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sell to the british consumer is rare and unprecedented powerjob, they certainly had a drop in the about quality british strawberry on about quality british strawberry on a shorter supply chain that isn't power being provided to them. what coming from spain, isn't coming from thejob of the holland and other countries who are power being provided to them. what the job of the national grid power being provided to them. what thejob of the national grid is is truly british solution but that can to try to keep everything stable, so only be achieved if we got the they want all the power to be going resources available to us to make sure but the quality is as it should out of 50 hertz frequency, but because of the power drop it meant be. peter says he's concerned the it fell below the stable 50 hertz. uncertainty for his workers but also for the future of the business. this kicks off a safety system and kathryn stanczyszyn, bbc news. national grid meaning more supply is brought into try to get the that's one view on brexit and farming but not everyone agrees. frequency back up to 50. but they with me now are livestock farmers james small and alistair mackintosh. also with me is abi kay, did not have enough. there was not chief reporter at the farmers enough back—up to get that back up guardian. thank you forjoining me. not the to 50. if the frequency is not at 50 comfy list of seats. —— not the most it triggers power outages in order to protect the whole network, co mforta ble comfy list of seats. —— not the most meaning by cutting off those houses, comfortable of seats. wearing a situation, what's it been like this the hospital, airport and things, summerfor getting situation, what's it been like this summer for getting those seasonal there was an even bigger power workers? it's been difficult but the outage across the whole thing. there we re outage across the whole thing. there were various safety elements reality is it's been difficult for triggered, but the problem was that the past few years. the government was not enough to bring everything straight back on straight back away,
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has introduced the seasonal agricultural workers scheme pilot but there aren't enough places on that and we have a new home thatis straight back on straight back away, that is why there is this secretary is potentially looking at investigation to see why that happened, who is at fault, why ending freedom of movement overnight didn't we have a back—up. national on october 31 and that could hit grid could face a fine for this workers as well. it's a huge issue. because something went wrong for you guys, i know you've got somewhere. even if the back-up does different views on whether you think not work, it is the choice is made exit is a good thing or not. james, tell us about your business. you are as to which amenities lose power. so a livestock farmer. where is your many people were so shall that the produce going? we are a family hospital was one of those. exactly, there are lots of questions to be partnership, a livestock farm, producing beef and lamb in somerset. answered, we make the point of an a lot of our produce would remain on extremely unusual event to happen, the home market. some of our lambs to be close by lightning strike, but would end up going abroad. the lightning happens, they should be predominance of our beef would safety plans in place and it did not remain with our home market here in work as it should. thank you for the uk. what makes you think exit is explaining that. a good idea? for me, the choice was borisjohnson has written to senior eu officials with proposals for a new brexit deal, including the scrapping of the irish backstop — a good idea? for me, the choice was a once—in—a—lifetime choice, that is which aims to avoid a hard what i was told, what everyone was informed so i weighed up the border.
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if the plan was removed, balance, on many other reasons and the prime minister claimed a brexit deal would be passed by parliament. so balance, on many other reasons and soi balance, on many other reasons and so i put on balance, i would prefer to look at what life would look like the eu had previously insisted it would not renegotiate. let's speak now to our brussels outside. you voted to leave, how do reporter, adam fleming. adam, how has the eu responded? you feel now? the main essence of why i voted remains. i haven't —— adam, i was speaking to the changed my opinion but it has been chairman of the tory party and asked lamentable in the way it's been whether mrjohnson was knocking on a handled since the decision in 2016. door that would not open. how do you tell us about your business. we are see that? i don't think the letter would have come as a massive surprise to people on the eu side, beef, sheep and arable and as far as of this has been signalled in advance by boris johnson i'm concerned, the market is the of this has been signalled in advance by borisjohnson or his advisers when they visited results. paramount issue. i was always pro—eu lots of texts between diplomats and remain, if you like. that ship has officials last night, people analysing what it might mean, and it sailed and as far as i'm concerned, fell into three different camps, the we need to focus on the market, we officials and the diplomats. people need to focus on how we continue to quite closely involved in drafting trade with the european union and the backstop, saying it crosses one ensure we have vibrant businesses to of the big red lines of the eu that you need a back—up plan for the irish border that is ready to go, conceit ——to keep the consumer fed.
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fully worked out and in the deal i'm immensely proud of the standards signed by the two sides before the that i work too and i'm immensely uk leaves. then you get people who proud of the food that i provide for think this is a stunt by boris the consumer. there is clearly johnson and it is more of a gesture differences of opinion and like so than a genuine offer and something many set is at the moment, what is to be negotiated. then you get a the overwhelming feeling from new, just a few, people who think farmers would you say? there is a this is an opportunity and a window bit of concern around uncertainty. to break the stalemate in the brexit process. no official reaction from first, around policy, we are moving the eu but we're about to get some away from the common agricultural in the next day or two, not least policy to a new system but we don't because boris johnson in the next day or two, not least because borisjohnson is going to berlin, paris and then biarritz and know what the payment rates are going to be. and around trade, we france to see g7 leaders, and among don't know what our trading relationship is going to be like the people attending that summit with the european union or other will be the president of the repair countries like the us which have lower food production standards. and council, donald tusk, the recipient of this letter. thank you there is uncertainty in a range of very much, it will be interesting to areas. we'll get through some more see how that develops. it is all we of those topics. mindless coverage do, watch for these developments. throughout the week. —— more on this some venues bring you. let it some
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other news to bring you. coverage throughout the week. there sir eltonjohn has defended the duke is also a hashtag. #bbcfarmingfocus. and duchess of sussex for using a private jet to fly to his home in france. the couple's been facing criticism in some newspapers after reports please get in touch. time now to get they took four plane journeys in 11 days. leigh milner has more. the news travel and whether where you are. three months after giving birth to archie, it's time for a family holiday for the duke and duchess of sussex. but the trip to eltonjohn's home has proven to be pretty costly — good morning from bbc london, for their reputation, at least. the couple flew there in a private jet, a controversial choice for prince harry, i'm alice salfield. who often talks of the importance a service of rememberance of tackling climate change. is being held to mark 30 years since the marchioness disaster looking after our environment which claimed the lives of 51 people. survivors, friends and relatives of the victims is a lifelong commitment. will gather at southwark cathedral we are all part of a global family today — near to where the pleasure boat sank after colliding and we share the understanding with a dredger. and universal privilege since the disaster, a number of changes have been bought in on the thames, to of being able to inhabit this earth. it's been reported they've taken four private jetjourneys in 11 days. make the river safer. but sir eltonjohn, who, as we all know, was very close since the marchioness incident in to harry's mother, princess diana, 1989, we introduced something called has defended the pair. thames res which is a gps tracking in a message posted on social media he said: "i am deeply distressed by today's distorted and malicious
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system fitted to all the larger account in the press surrounding boats on the thames and what that allows us to do is very similar to the duke and duchess of sussex's private stay our traffic control, it allows our at my home in nice last week. centre at woolwich to monitor —— monitor all of the traffic on the river. prince harry's mother, some employees working at the coffee chain "costa" in essex was one of my dearest friends. have had money deducted from their payslips. the bbc spoke to 13 workers who say they were told it was for training, orfor being late, which they described as unfair. costa coffee and the firm that operates the franchise business said to provide a high level of much—needed protection, they are taking the allegations very we provided them with seriously, and urged employees a private jet flight." to speak to their managers sir elton has also said that he paid for the flight to be carbon offset, extra money to fund if they had concerns. environmental projects. buckingham palace has a pensionerfrom ascot declined to comment. a pensioner from ascot has become a social media hit after his granddaughter posted a video of him on line. the 20—year—old needed those are some of the main story extra support after having hip this morning. we will talk about something which i know many of you surgery and 82—year—old keith was there to lend a hand, even seen have contacted us about. their painting her nails. ayla's if you saw an emergency unfolding in front of you, what would you do? phone 999 straight away, or begin to film what's original twitter post has been happening? viewed by 11 million people.
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let's take a look at firefighters say they've seen a rise in the number the travel situation now. of people recording ongoing incidents, rather than calling the emergency services, which they say can have devastating consequences. if we look at the camera in brixton, there's one lane closed we are urging people to call 999 on the a23 southbound for gas works in and report an incident at cold harbour lane. before you start recording and in neasden, dudden hill lane it on your phone. is closed southbound for gas main a delay in phoning 999 can increase work from dollis hill lane — works are due to finish by the end the risk of fatalities. of the week. the volume of calls now the weather with lucy martin. hello, good morning. received at control is an indication of how a fairly settled day serious the incident is. it gives them a chance to dispatch on the cards today. the correct level of resources they need. don't assume someone we've got a brief ridge of high else has called 999. pressure and that's going to bring a good deal of dry weather if there are no emergency services in attendance, and plenty of sunshine as well. please call and report the incident. so we start this morning on a cooler note than yesterday. a few spots just having slipped into the high single figures. there'll be some lengthy spells pretty clear, isn't it? of sunshine as we move through the day, well, joining us to talk more perhaps a little bit more in a way about this is travis frain, of cloud bubbling up through the afternoon. who survived the westminster terror lighter winds than yesterday attack two years ago, but similar temperatures, and assistant commissionerjonathan a maximum of around 21 degrees celsius, it will feel pleasant in the sunshine. smith from london fire brigade. so going through this evening then, long spells of sunshine before
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the sun sets and overnight it good morning, both. jonathan, we heard a very clear message as to why will stay mostly dry with some areas of cloud but also plenty of clear spells. this is so important. in your with lights winds, we could see one or experience, what have you seen in two patches of mist. 0vernight lows, 9—11 terms of people recording incidents degrees celsius. rather than making that crucial 999 tomorrow brings further spells of sunshine, the small chance of the odd call? it is a really interesting isolated shower but for most piece, we have certainly seen an people it will stay dry. cloudy skies as we move increase in the propensity for people to use mobile phones to take into thursday, the odd spot of drizzle but you can see those temperatures picking up as we move video footage, to take pictures, of towards the bank holiday weekend. i'm back with the latest incidents they are bearing witness from the bbc london newsroom to. the campaign we have been in half an hour. plenty more on our website running in london fire brigade is at the usual address. bye for now. coming from anecdotal evidence from our front line fire crews that when marries the royal family and how we they are turning up to incidents, treat these women in particular. lots of people asked to around good morning. filming, taking pictures, and the welcome to breakfast concern raised by other crews is with naga munchetty and dan walker. that this is potentially at the 0ur headlines today: "the most selfless person expense of dialling 999, that is the you will ever meet" — crucial piece we want to get across, the widow of police officer andrew harper pays a moving tribute the way we mobilise resources in the to her husband, as a man united kingdom and here in london to is charged with his murder.
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emergency incidents is through the the prime minister tells the eu that the irish border 999 system, so it is very easy for backstop plan must be scrapped. people to take pictures, upload images and share on social media, leaving the eu without a deal could mean £850 million a year in lost profits. but the way we the emergency i'll be speaking to farmers about the challenges services in london fire brigade and opportunities created by brexit. build that situation awareness, so sir eltonjohn steps in to defend we have the understanding of the the duke and duchess of sussex's use of private incident and, crucially, we have the understanding of the incidentand, crucially, how we have the understanding of the incident and, crucially, how we was all said, is through the 999 system. jets for holidays. in sport, a missed chance for manchester united. if people are more worried about paul pogba has his penalty saved, taking pictures, sharing video streams and not dialling 999 and as united are held to a 1—1 draw by wolves in the premier league. having the conversation with professional call officers and control officers who are there to ta ke good morning. we have some rain in control officers who are there to take that information and make key decisions about resource in that northern england in southern scotland, but then were looking at a incident, so it very simple terms dave a lot of sunshine and some the number of fire engines, showers, especially in the north and west. —— a day of. i'll have more in firefighters we will commit to an incident is very dependent on information received through the 999 15 minutes. call system. that is the plea, the first priority if you are at the scene of an incident where you can it's tuesday, 20th of august. see the emergency services are our top story:
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a man will appear in court this required, rather than the first morning charged with the murder being to film it, to take pictures of pc andrew harper, who was killed whilst investigating a burglary last week. and stream live, is to dial 999, the police officer died on thursday in berkshire, after being dragged have the conversation with a along the road by a vehicle. last night, mr harper's widow paid professional control officer to make tribute to her husband sure we are best placed to resource in an open letter. 0ur reporterjames ingham that incident accordingly. travis, is at the scene in the village of sulhamstead for us this morning. and james, emotional tributes from mrs harper. you were in the westminster bridge and we now know police have charged incident a few years ago, along with a man with his murder. many others. there were lots and pick —— lots of pictures and videos yes, pc harper's wife, coming out as it happened. where you lissie has written an incredibly filmed? were coming out as it happened. where you filmed ? were people emotional and poignant tribute coming out as it happened. where you filmed? were people taking pictures of you? i remember a theme incidents to a man she described as her "best friend". on the bridge, being filmed. what happened to you, first of all?” a man she spent 13 years with and on the bridge, being filmed. what happened to you, first of all? i and my friends were hit by the car, i was married for a painfully short was injured relatively badly, but four weeks. fortunately we all recovered. i remembera few she says: fortunately we all recovered. i remember a few incidents others being filmed. at the time, obviously it was not a priority, but these videos found their way online and judge of social media in the following days. apart from it being unpleasant, i did not have much of
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an issue, but the worry for me was now we got insight from the police the people who lost their lives on the people who lost their lives on officer's personality from her the bridge and their families, seeing these videos online, being into what he was like as a man. he liked roasts, sillyjokes, long bike rides, and walks. shared four likes and retweets. the they said he always lived life with a smile on his face. and lissie also said: way that people react to these incidents usually content to fight she signed—off, "0ur or flight, if you're superman, our bodyguard, incidents usually content to fight orflight, if you're incident incidents usually content to fight our light in the dark. or flight, if you're incident —— expected to fight, mortality you. if my god, we will miss you." you are running into help, i support you. if your instinct its flight, which is fullyjustifiable, follow last night as well, i know we can't talk too much about the case, but amount has been charged the murder? the police advice of run, hide and tell. do not film, you are putting yourself in danger. i know you say yourself in danger. i know you say yes, thames valley police have spent you did not have much of an issue, four days questioning ten men and boys who were arrested after pc harper died. but what do you think when you look today the cps, crown back and think, instead of filming, prosecution service, you could have been helping? there were given permission to charge are people who did help. there is 20—year—old jed foster with murder. he will appear before maybe a nuance to be had. the magistrates' court in reading, where he is from. parsons green attempted shoe bombing, there was a fellow, i well, you can see behind me police believe his name was latour and are still at the scene,
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detectives are still working colonel palmer, he realised it was a here as this carpet of flowers continues to grow bomb incident quite early on and he with people paying their respects. purposely went towards the bomb to every day, more and more people are ta ke coming to pay their respects to this purposely went towards the bomb to take photos, he did that with every police officer. intention and provided the photos to james, thank you very much. the police. —— believe his name was borisjohnson has written to senior eu officials lieutenant colonel palmer. they were with proposals for a new brexit not ta ken with deal, including the scrapping lieutenant colonel palmer. they were not taken with the purpose of being of the irish backstop — shared online, so there is nuance in which aims to avoid a hard border. if the plan was removed, the purpose of these photos. the prime minister claimed a brexit deal would be passed by parliament. the eu had previously insisted it jonathan, you want the calls to come would not renegotiate. let's talk now to our political in, but there are occasions when correspondent, iain watson. police will say, can you send in photographs or videos to help us build a picture of what happened in good morning, ian. so, borisjohnson that incident and potentially find sending this letter. what exactly is those responsible? that is right, it he going to ask for and what is he going to get, that's the question. can bea those responsible? that is right, it can be a double edge sword, the use he going to ask for and what is he going to get, that's the questionlj going to get, that's the question.” can answer that very briefly, of social media. you are quite actually. first of all, this idea of the northern irish backstop, the right, there is no doubt that the attempt to avoid a hard border in footage can prove very useful in the ireland, top talks between the eu and uk were to collapse, that has emergency services as we build a been unpopular with long—standing picture of the incident, and the brexit is very long time. they
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scale of the picture. there is lots believe —— brexit —— bexiteers, they of research on the emergency services sector about how we make better use of the material which goes online very quickly, but the have long wanted this backstop point you raise its rate in terms of didst. -- any subsequent investigation which may occur as a result of the most serious incidents we deal with, quite understandably police are keen to utilise that footage, it can be have long wanted this backstop didst. —— ditched. the virago was of real use when it comes to post—incident investigations. saying they will not ditch the of real use when it comes to post-incident investigations. do you think it should be illegal to film and not call for help, jonathan? we backstop and thus markedly override are not making any comment in terms of the rights and wrongs, in terms car “ of the rights and wrongs, in terms of people filming. as i said before, it isa of people filming. as i said before, it is a double—edged sword in terms of the use the material has. the key backstop and thus markedly override car —— leo varadkar. message we want to get across from well, borisjohnson believes this will keep britain as a whole far too the royal london —— from a london closely linked to you rules and regulations with no attempt fire brigade perspective, and it is by the uk, nor ability by the uk to get out applicable across the emergency of those arrangements unilaterally. services, your priority must be to so he is effectively saying to the eu, if you want a deal, dial 999 and make sure the emergency this has to go. call has gone on, and not to assume
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so either one of two things, either the eu blanks, someone else has also called, it may or if there is no deal, you could say simply well be the case that you see an the eu was inflexible. and there were some papers that were incident and there are a lot of leaked? yes, they showed that there people stood around with mobile could be some shortages in food and phones out taking pictures, taking medicines if there was a no deal videos, the assumption may well be that the 999 call has gone on, when a lot of the time it might not be the case, and the more calls that go brexit. the conservatives has said in, that gives our control officers the information they need to make the paper is out of date. labour is some dynamic decisions about the resources we commit to that incident. so the key message of this asking for the current paper, asking campaign is pleased dial 999 as a key priority before you think about what are the implications of no deal now? no, they aren't likely to get uploading onto a social media film. that. but i am told the minister in jonathan and travers, faq both for talking to us. —— jonathan and charge of no—deal brexit michael gove, will give a statement to parliament to update mps in the first week of september. ok, thanks for bringing us up—to—date. sir eltonjohn has defended the duke travis, thanks for talking to us. i and duchess of sussex did not know they can judge the for using a private jet to fly severity and resources they deploy to his home in france. the couple's been facing by the number of 999 calls made.
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criticism in some newspapers after reports they took four plane journeys in 11 days. sometimes it is the volume of calls, leigh milner has more. three months after giving birth so perhaps that will hit home. thank to archie, it's time for a family holiday for the duke you for the comments are much, we and duchess of sussex. will go through some of them later. but the trip to eltonjohn's home has proven to be pretty costly the vast majority of people are for their reputation at least. saying i can't believe people don't call, i would call, they say they get cross with those who do not, but the couple through there i suppose if you are a film, as many in a privatejet, a controversial of us are, you probably will not say choice for prince harry, that you do it. who often talks of the importance you will want to take the pictures near the edge of the week, i think, of tackling climate change. because the sun is coming back. looking after our environment carol has a cat! look at this little is a lifelong commitment. we are all part of a global family and we share the understanding chap just enjoying the view! it is a and universal privilege of being able to inhabit this earth. it's been reported they've taken four private jetjourneys lovely start to the day if you like in 11 days. it sunny and dry. beverley sent in but sir eltonjohn, who, as we all know, was very close this beautiful picture, sunny intervals, a good day for getting to harry's mother, princess diana, has defended the pair. out and taking photographs, whatever
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the weather. here is another cracker in a message posted on social media he said: "i am deeply distressed from aberdeenshire, a lovely beach by today's distorted and malicious scene with sunny intervals. as well account in the press surrounding the duke and duchess of sussex's private stay as the sunny intervals, there will at my home be showers, and some others are in nice last week. starting with rain courtesy of this prince harry's mother, weather front. rain across parts of was one of my dearest friends. to provide a high level southern scotland and northern england, that front moves east and of much—needed protection, we provided them with another one comes in behind later, a private jet flight." bringing mulraney across northern ireland. behind the weather front, sir elton has also said that he paid or head of eight, depending on how you look at it, lots of dry weather for the flight to be across northern and eastern scotland. for england and wales away from the north, lots of dry weather, carbon offset, extra money to fund environmental projects. sunshine, just one or two showers, around greater manchester at the buckingham palace has moment, for example. the second weather front brings in declined to comment. moment, for example. the second weatherfront brings in rain moment, for example. the second weather front brings in rain across northern ireland and showers across a new railcard will go on sale this morning offering half—price west wales in south—west england. there is lots of dry weather and fares for 16 and 17—year—olds in england and wales. temperatures ranging from 12 in the the card is aimed at teenagers who travel to school north to 21 in the south. this or college by train, and the rail companies say it could save them on evening and overnight, the first average, £186 a year. band of red moves across north—east
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firefighters say they've seen scotla nd band of red moves across north—east an increase in the number of people scotland before clearing, the filming emergency incidents, sackable moves across western rather than phoning 999. the london fire brigade has scotla nd sackable moves across western scotland into northern england, the launched a campaign, after noticing a drop in the number midlands and down towards the of reports they received, south—east. temperatures falling to despite lots of footage between seven and is about 12 regularly appearing online. degrees. we had a ridge of high those behind the project say that pressure a cross any delay in calling the emergency degrees. we had a ridge of high pressure across the south, low services can have pressure across the south, low pressure driving the weather in the devastating consequences. thousands of people have been north, bringing in some rain. if you evacuated from their homes on gran canaria in the canary notice the isobars, they are islands, as massive wildfires continue to spread. squeezed together, some across the authorities have called north and north—west tomorrow in the incident "an unprecedented environmental tragedy". particular it will be windy, gusting at 50 or 55 mph in the north—west. high temperatures and strong winds are hampering efforts to put out the fire, which is currently rain comes and across northern being tackled by firefighters and members of the military. ireland in western scotland, cloud building ahead of it, turning sunshine hazy with showers. the further east and south you are, the it's 7:10am. we will get the latest longer you will have none to the from carolyn a few minutes. —— carol sunshine. temperatures, 14 in the north to 22 in the south. wednesday into thursday we have high pressure, the eu has continually insisted it won't re—negotiate as the weather front bumps into it on the irish backstop, the policy which aims to avoid moving southwards and eastwards it a hard border. but last night, borisjohnson wrote will tend to weaken, but low to senior eu officials with some new proposals. pressure is still in the north. here the prime minister said the backstop
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comes the weather front, as a badge plan must be scrapped because it is "unviable" and "anti—democratic". 01:11:03,474 --> 2147483052:12:16,451 so where does this leave brexit deal 2147483052:12:16,451 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 negotiations with just 72 days left of cloud may be the odd spot of rain left in it, and the low pressure in the north brings in some rain across northern and western scotland and parts of northern ireland. temperatures are a little bit lower, but we are looking at 23 on thursday in london, 17 in aberdeen. 0n but we are looking at 23 on thursday in london, 17 in aberdeen. on friday we have the rain across parts of northern ireland and scotland, dry as we come across england and wales with the cloud breaking, and in the sunshine we could see temperatures get up to 26 in london. the heat is pushing northwards, 21 in newcastle, 20 in aberdeen. there was no heckling from us in the studio, you will be pleased to know. he had been heckled this morning? cows yesterday, people today. you had a catch, what was its name? i don't know. is it cuter than your
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donald? no, he is gorgeous. thanks, carol, see you later. you may remember these pictures from may — a lincolnshire model railway exhibition almost entirely destroyed, leaving tens of thousands of pounds worth of damage. yesterday, three teenagers were sentenced for deliberately trashing the display. a fourth boy will be sentenced next month. the club members have been able to begin restoring some of the displays after donations reached more than £100,000, including £10,000 from sir rod stewart. let's check on the progress and speak now to the club chairman, peter davies. he chimes is from market deepening. look at that smile on your face and the model beneath you, you are pleased with yourself? it is coming along well? hi, good to see you. the progress is very slow and detailed, you will see we have a building that
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was comprehensively trashed, that people have been working on to rebuild. we had some of the pieces that were the result of all of it, it was not very pleasant. in fact, it was not very pleasant. in fact, it was not very pleasant. in fact, it was heartbreaking. but the results, what has happened from everything that has happened since is we are getting involved with youth projects, getting involved with a local charity that works with youngsters with cerebral palsy, we are doing all sorts of things that we re are doing all sorts of things that were not in anyway possible before, and that is magical, that is truly superb, and entirely down to the wonderful, generates no generous donations of not just wonderful, generates no generous donations of notjust money but stop, look to most —— locomotives, wagons. we are able to rebuild and move forward. thinking of the scale of this building, one part of it took 36 years to build. so when you
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think about these youths, i think they were playing football in the area, just have been very, very careless. it takes a real labour of love to bring this back. the problem is it takes an enormous amount of time, the detail in something like this is quite incredible. that takes more time than anyone can imagine to do. and it can be comprehensively trashed very quickly in seconds, and thatis trashed very quickly in seconds, and that is heartbreaking because people had that is heartbreaking because people ha d d evoted that is heartbreaking because people had devoted their lives to these things. we are currently working on one telegraph pole at the moment, it will take timejust one telegraph pole at the moment, it will take time just to insert one telegraph pole and there are dozens on this layout, let alone all the people, the scenes, the trees, the river, all sorts of things, they ta ke river, all sorts of things, they take an inordinate amount of time, and we do it because we get pleasure out of it, but also to give others
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pleasure when they see these layouts in exhibition. lots of people will be completely feeling the love for you all this morning. it is a marvellous project, as you say, some good stuff has come out of a bad incident. we wish you all the best, we can't wait to see it when it is finished and we will check back in with you when it is, peter davies, chairman of the market deeping model railway club. a labour of love. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. we should say, we had simon still and michelle keegan on the way. a good morning, we have a few showers this morning but for many it
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isa dry showers this morning but for many it is a dry start, a sparkling start with some sunshine. 0verall, is a dry start, a sparkling start with some sunshine. overall, it is going to be drier than it was yesterday with that sunshine. we have a few showers this morning across northern england and southern scotland. by this afternoon though should drift further east. we will still have some showers this afternoon. cloud generally increasing in northern ireland and across wales with some showers moving in later. otherwise, driver sunshine and maximum temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees. tonight some showers across the west of scotland and northern ireland. 0ne showers across the west of scotland and northern ireland. one or two around else but a largely dry night with clear spells and temperatures down to seven celsius across eastern areas and just holding up into double figures for many into wednesday. during wednesday we have high pressure across southern areas but this low—pressure area is bringing rain in across northern ireland and into scotland during the
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course of the day. accompanied by some strong winds. gusting up to 55 -- 55 some strong winds. gusting up to 55 —— 55 mph in western scotland. there could be some showers and maximum temperatures of about 17 up to 22 degrees. as this where the front moves further south it bumps into the high pressure. it will start to wea ken the high pressure. it will start to weaken during thursday. a band of cloud but some spots of rain moving south and east through thursday. you can see it pushing to the south—east. sunny spells developing. some sunny spells for scotland and northern ireland, and then a bit more rain starts to move its way in. temperatures between 17 and 19. up to 23 degrees on thursday in the south—east. temperatures rising further by the end of the week. goodbye.
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